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post #16 of 26
Red is an attractive color - it gets attention. Black jeans, dark top - with these shoes will get you some attention - and it will be in a good way - UNLESS you are telegraphing that you are worried about what you are wearing. You have a chance to be a bit different from others, so take advantage of that.

Or.,.. Not sure if you live at home... but you could wear them only when visiting your father if you live elsewhere.
post #17 of 26
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Originally Posted by tonio028 View Post
^ The questions is, would you guys wear the red sneakers the OP posted? For the sake of our future, I sure hope not.

I'm not big on the actual shape of those shoes in particular but I've seen people wearing them and they don't necessarily look like assholes. in fact, I would think that the fact they're red actually helps them look less euro-trashy. I prefer the clydes ans the suedes (have a pair of red suedes at home in fact) but i think they look less ridiculous than a LARGE portion of the sneaker type shoes that are held in high regard around here.

all that and I really don't put much stock in how I dress in relation to the future of humanity. I assume they are not related. fuck me if I'm wrong.
post #18 of 26
i just got some dunk hi vandal's in red

i plan to wear em with apc and a grey s2a kate moss hoodie

fin
post #19 of 26
i mean... red shoes warranted enough attention that elvis costello wrote a song about them. i've seen a couple of decent pairs by raf simons and one by the swedes at sneaky steve.
post #20 of 26
Don't get me wrong, I think it's possible to pull off red shoes. An acquaintance of mine was wearing red oxfords (I think Stacy Adams ) last year with slacks and a sport coat, and I can't remember what colours they were, so I can't replicate it, so I can't pull it off myself, but it did work. However, these particular shoes are just gaudy (Gotti-style) - they remind me of something kids with fake tans would wear. I can't even see wearing them to the gym as you'll look like you're trying very hard.
post #21 of 26
red sneakers definitely look best with a pair of grey jeans imo
post #22 of 26
you'll have a hard time looking good in ferarri shoes.... no matter the color
post #23 of 26
The pope does red shoes.

post #24 of 26
Dark blue denim and a white polo. Would look casually cool.
post #25 of 26


No good.
post #26 of 26
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Originally Posted by dave View Post
I'm not big on the actual shape of those shoes in particular but I've seen people wearing them and they don't necessarily look like assholes. in fact, I would think that the fact they're red actually helps them look less euro-trashy. I prefer the clydes ans the suedes (have a pair of red suedes at home in fact) but i think they look less ridiculous than a LARGE portion of the sneaker type shoes that are held in high regard around here.

all that and I really don't put much stock in how I dress in relation to the future of humanity. I assume they are not related. fuck me if I'm wrong.

I can't speak for how we dress as a whole relating to the future of humanity, but if the shoes in the OP are located in most of the general population's closet, then we're all fucked. I think it was one of Nostradamus' prophecies actually.
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